#1 Question: How can organizations gain situational awareness to improve network visibility and overall security posture?
Answer: New to Aanval SAS is our unique Situational Awareness engine that provides an in-depth event and architecture analysis of the host network. Let Aanval help build detailed summaries of your network’s security posture and current risks. View Situational Awareness Screenshot.
#2 Question: How can organizations successfully detect and react quickly to security events as well as reduce both alarms and false positives?
Answer: Aanval’s event validation engine automatically tags and filters events to help keep false positives from overpowering true risks, allowing analysts and engineers to focus and get back to protecting the network. View False Positive Protection Screenshot.
#3 Question: How can organizations effectively streamline IT operations, obtain greater efficiency, and reduce monitoring cost?
Answer: Aanval is a fully-integrated event management and attack data correlation engine. Aanval can successfully solve the daunting task of capturing, managing, and archiving an unlimited amount of real-time and historical events. This automated capability helps deliver accurate event correlation analyses and provides an efficient way to search and locate event data without losing valuable time. Aanval thus drives operational efficiency through the intelligent use of automation technology. View Event Correlation Screenshot.
#4 Question: How can organizations obtain scalability to handle any network environment?
Answer: Aanval is an enterprise-grade IDS solution created for all business sizes and has the unique technological capability to automatically scale to meet the needs of its environment. Aanval is build to scale from small single-sensor installations to global enterprise deployments. A major focus of Aanval is performance and scalability. Supporting millions and billions of Snort, Suricata, and Syslog events is fully automated and continues as long as storage space is available.
#5 Question: How can organizations leverage pen-testing tools to proactively detect vulnerabilities, identify rogue devices connected to the corporate network, and shore up overall defenses?
Answer: Aanval SAS takes advantage of Nmap, the industry’s most well-known and accomplished port scanning utility to perform both automated and on-request network reconnaissance. Aanval will identify host operating systems, services, and up/down state at the click of a mouse or completely automated. Network host availability, port, and service scanning as well as OS fingerprinting are now available directly within Aanval. Automated Rogue Host detection and alerting capabilities are also built-in to Aanval to help security analysts and network admins stay on top of these pesky little devices. Aanval keeps full logs of network hosts and reconnaissance results and uses this information within the its correlation engine to better represent valid events and limit false-positives. View Offensive Reconnaissance Screenshot.
About Tactical FLEX, Inc.
For nearly a decade, Tactical FLEX, Inc. has taken great pride in providing best-of-breed security solutions to every type of organization around the world. Our wide spectrum of customers demonstrates our sincere commitment to an industry that remains at the forefront of the digital evolution of the world. Information security is our business and our customers are our greatest asset. Tactical FLEX, Inc. is a trusted security vendor protecting more than 6,000 organizations within every industry in more than 100 countries. Our product Aanval® is the industry’s most comprehensive Suricata, Snort, and Syslog Intrusion Detection, Correlation, and Threat Management console on the market. Aanval is designed specifically to scale from small single-sensor installations to global enterprise deployments and can correlate event data and logs from hundreds of vendor products and solutions. Learn more about Aanval SAS (Situational Awareness System) by visiting http://www.aanval.com.
Aanval is also available for download as a free Community edition for testing and evaluation at http://www.aanval.com/download.